I really enjoy buying things, and I like to think that I've discovered something that no one else knows about.  I'm the classic "early adopter" and the one who has to have the perfect tool for every job.  It's the way I'm wired.

Everyday, I'm inundated by offers to "Buy One, Get One Free," to "Save $500 if you respond before midnight" or "Get 25% Off Your Entire Order," or whatever the special is.  I have to read them all.  I'm drawn to a good sales pitch.

I have to be careful to make sure that the "new" or "special" or "discovered" product is right. Will it do what I want it to do?  Will it be reliable?  Is it as good as the sales pitch promises? Will I have time to use it?  Do I have the ability to use it?

I'll let you in on a little secret.  From time to time, I buy the wrong product.  Whether it's a softball bat, a new pair of shoes, an investment newsletter, or a Christmas gift for someone else, I buy stuff that I wish that I hadn't - and I waste money doing it.

I've learned the hard way that a good deal is only a good deal, if the product does what you need it to do.  Getting the "right product" sounds simple, if you've ever "done your research" and still bought the wrong product, you know that it's not.

My hope is that you'll find Geartechs.com to be a different place - a place of discovery and a place where you can buy products, but also a place where you learn about how to use them and about how others use them in the real world.

We want to help you discover the right products the first time - those that meet your needs and your budget.

Thanks for joining us in our journey toward making this site a resource for you.  We are working everyday to make it better. If you ever have a question, please don't hesitate to pick up the phone and call.